October 1982, AANA Journal


Table of Contents

Anesthesia and the neurosurgical patient: Part IV-Carotid endarterectomy
By Mary Kay Davis, CRNA, BS
In Part IV of her series on neuroanesthesia, the author explores the anesthetic management for patients undergoing carotid endarterectomy.
Print version: 1982;50(5):457-461.
By Regina M. Walczak, MPH
In the first of a series focusing on JCAH standards, the author explains the impact of quality assurance programs on anesthesia services.
Print version: 1982;50(5):462-464.
J. L. Stafford, MS, CRNA; Sheree Boyle, BSN,
RN; William Alford, DO; John R. McVey, MD
The authors present a case study of the successful anesthesia management in the birth of quadruplets in Canton, Ohio.
Print version: 1982;50(5):465-471.
Biphasic respiratory depression from neurolept anesthesia
By James M. Rich, CRNA, BSN, Capt., ANC
A case report of a patient who demonstrated a biphasic respiratory depression associated with fentanyl/droperidol/nitrous oxide anesthesia is described in this article.
Print version: 1982;50(5):472-475.
By Mattilou Catchpole, CRNA, MS
This article reviews the management of electrolyte disturbances and reviews their physiological actions and interactions, as well as the effects of their abnormal values.
Print version: 1982;50(5):476-481.
Education feature: Clinical faculty evaluation
By Karen Herriotts, CRNA, BS
The author describes effective evaluation of clinical instructors by students, noting how such evaluation can be tailored to individual schools or departments.
Print version: 1982;50(5):482-485.
AANA Journal readers-committed to keeping current in their profession.
Print version: 1982;50(5):429.
Legal Briefs
By Julie N. Manson, JD
AANA Legal Counsel
Exclusive contracts in anesthesia are still held viable.
Print version: 1982;50(5):486-487.
By Richard E. Verville, JD
AANA Washington Consultant
A look at the new Medicare-Medicaid provisions
Print version: 1982;50(5):505-508.
By Joe R. Williams, CRNA, MS
The fourth of the AANA Journal's 1982-83 six- part course. The anesthetist may frequently administer anesthesia to the patient in chronic renal failure and thus, must understand how the pathophysiological conditions seen in chronic renal failure influence the anesthesia management. This article discusses the pathophysiology of chronic renal failure and reviews the anesthesia management.
Print version: 1982;50(5):509-514.
General and subscription information
Print version: 1982;50(5):426.
Print version: 1982;50(5):519.
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